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Darragh McCurragh

In Shakespeare's day, there was nothing but live performances. Recordings were out of the question technologically. If actually bands would make lesser recordings (and make sure their live performances don't equally get pirated, which is a real problem that hard to counter and one Shakespeare also did not have to struggle with) then, provided they found a way to get noticed first and have a good impresario, they might be able to charge relatively more in entrance fees as well as draw larger crowds (who otherwise didn't get to hear them). But it will take some years at least until the market is shaken up (and down) enough and the dust begins to settle on a new model.

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